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Morning Dew, Yellow Dog Story(part one), Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, Yellow Dog Story (part two), Doin' That Rag, He Was A Friend Of Mine, Cryptical Envelopment, The Other One Dark Star > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Lovelight > Feedback
--It seems like a good 10 minutes or so is missing from the first set, as all of what one must assume to be The Other One is gone as well as several minutes of the Cryptical reprise.
--perhaps a minute or so of Dark Star is missing
--Sound Forge was used for normalization and pitch correction
Used to sign on with Pulver@Noyo. Now this is what ya' get. Thanks to SOC69 for the clarification on Spirit of Creation!
I have wanted to hear this show for quite some time but didn't notice it here so, "Thanks!" It's been here ten years and I didn't see it? The further I go, the rounder I get...
Being the Old Fart that I am, I love analog. Hiss, pops, warts and all. SDS Ballroom may or may not have had adequate grounding back then or the lights may have been bleeding off into the P.A. or...Back in those days you could pretty much guarantee that the hall was going to have its' faults and you just worked around them. I was an L.D. in SoCal late 60's to mid-70's. I distinctly remember all the SNAFU's.
i had to give a good rating for the "shine on me" section of lovelight, i dig that barbershop stuff and what there is of this show is well worth a listen, and you can hear it, that's worth stars
hay man, the hiss is why it is still music, the same thing that creates the hiss gives the glow, don't you know, and besides you don't notice when the music starts
February 2, 2014 Subject:
Spirit of Creation/Greatful Dead
Spirit of Creation was a band from LA that spent 2 years in SLC opening for various major groups from 1968 to 1970.
Their music was primarily jam oriented with occasional covers. The main players were Chuck Fraher/Guitar/Vocals, John Mehler/Drums/Vocals and Jay Truax/Bass/Vocals. They also opened a club call the "Old Mill" in SLC where bands like Alice Cooper, Chicago Transit Authority, Sons of Champlin, etc. performed. The band was managed by Stu Felton and Associates.
April 12, 2012 Subject:
Weir is such an odd character.
Has anybody counted how many renditions of the Yellow Dog Story he told in the era he was telling it? Can we make a graph: X performances by the Grateful Dead, Y renditions of the YDS? When did he stop telling it, and why? Why in God's name did he START?
All in all a great show, kinda loose & experimental.
Though it's not as strong or as well played as the following night, this show is nothing to sneeze at. Haven't heard a "bad" Dark Star in '69 yet, and this one is no exception. Also dig the Dew, Friend of Mine, and The Eleven. The missing Other One does hurt, if it were in tact this would be a solid four star show. As is, I give it a 3 & 1/2.
this is simply the greatest site Ive ever found; trying to remember what I used the internet for prior to this discovery...
April 13, 2010 Subject:
Cut, but tasty
Don't pass it by.
November 14, 2008 Subject:
Poster from this show
I have an original poster from this show and it's one of my most cherished wall ornaments. It's also a VERY rare poster. Only 300 originals made. The kid resting a ES335 knock-off, with head phones going from the guitar to his ears, against his body and the rainbow rocker over the top. I always wondered who Spirit of Creation was though...The warm-up act on the bill. The artist is Richard Taylor, of Rainbow Jam (early computerized light shows) fame back then. I got to meet him this past year and have him sign my poster in San Anselmo. He was a real nice guy.
Cool show considering the venue and the times. I didn't know that Utah could actually be a cool (well, sort of cool anyway) place until 1985, when I finally went there to hike and do some desert and mountain camping.
The "Dark Star" is similar in spirit to the "Live Dead" version from February 27. Not quite as perfect but equally interesting, in its own way, from moment to moment.
Reviewer:dirty jev-o -
November 9, 2004 Subject:
i like when jerry gets agitated by a non dancing crowd....do they play better? this is a gem...coming off the heels of the avalon shows and the fillmore a month prior....it is nice to hear a different take on the dead...great show..little hiss there to remind us the recording was analog i give it a 4 "right in da hissa" uh oh----looks like we missed the entire Other One too......4 goes to a 3 as the tune is my fav workout for the dead of the late 60's